Substitute Mathys Tel’s late goal secures a comeback win

Bayern Munich comeback win

Substitute Mathys Tel’s late goal secured a comeback win for Bayern Munich against Borussia Mönchengladbach, maintaining their perfect start to the season with three wins from three matches.

The match ended with a score of 1-2 in favor of Bayern Munich:

  • 1-0: Itakura scored for Gladbach in the 30th minute, assisted by Wöber.
  • 1-1: Sane equalized for Bayern in the 58th minute, assisted by Kimmich.
  • 1-2: Tel scored the late winner for Bayern in the 87th minute, also assisted by Kimmich.

In the early stages of the game, Bayern dominated, and Sane had a chance but clipped wide. Gladbach’s Marvin Friedrich headed a free-kick onto the crossbar, showing signs of improvement. They took the lead when Itakura scored a looping header from a corner. Sane almost equalized with a superb strike, but Moritz Nicolas, making his first start in Gladbach’s goal, tipped it onto the crossbar.

In the second half, Bayern pushed forward with determination but struggled against Gladbach’s deep-lying defense. Goretzka’s header was cleared off the line by Itakura, and Müller’s shot went wide. Sane managed to equalize when he met a pass from Joshua Kimmich and calmly slotted the ball in. Substituted player Serge Gnabry had a close-range header, but Nicolas made a brilliant point-blank save. Gladbach showed some attacking prowess, but Bayern had the better chances. Substitute Tel scored the winning goal with a header from Kimmich’s corner.

This victory put Bayern Munich level with Bayer Leverkusen at the top of the table, both with nine points. Bayern will face Leverkusen on Matchday 4.

It was a thrilling match that showcased Bayern’s determination and attacking prowess, ultimately resulting in a well-deserved victory.

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By- Sahiba Suri

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